modular vs. traditional construction
A modular office building with large windows and a door, assembled inside a warehouse.
What if you could cut your construction costs by 20%, and yet finish your project in half the time? It sounds like fantasy, and yet, this is fully achievable with modular construction. In this article, we’ll cover the main benefits of modular construction and how they can help you on your next building project. What...
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A two-story building made with modular construction methods.
What if you could reduce your construction costs by up to 20% and complete projects up to 50% faster? This isn’t just a hypothetical scenario. With modular construction, it’s the reality. Cost savings are achieved through faster project timelines, lower material waste, and reduced labor costs, with tax savings as an added bonus. In this...
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An office with different colored office partitions.
Office partitions are physical dividers or panels used to separate workspace areas, create privacy, or mark distinct zones for different functions. Essentially, they improve the overall design and flow of office space. These partitions can be permanent or movable, the latter of which can add flexibility in case of changing needs. In this article, we’ll...
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A black, two-story modular office building in a warehouse.
Prefabricated buildings (sometimes called prefabs) have been a boon to the construction industry. They have reduced construction times, costs, and have greatly improved efficiency of products. While prefabricated buildings are not necessarily new (as they gained popularity in the 19th century and were invented much earlier), they are still undervalued as an economical and eco-friendly...
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Off white modular wall panels.
Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) panels have been widely used since the 1960s. They are known for their strength and light weight, and are used in the modular construction industry because of their low maintenance and other valuable features. In this article, we’ll define what FRP panels are, cover their benefits and applications, and compare FRP...
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A tall walled modular enclosure within an existing warehouse.
In the United States, interest in modular applications is increasing rapidly because they are both practical and low cost. This is because modular walls come without the permanence or expense of traditional, “stick-built” construction. In this article, we’ll go over what a modular wall is, the types and applications of these walls, the common materials used,...
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For many years construction didn’t provide a lot of options in the way projects were completed. Most businesses would either work with a construction company or contractor, and the outcome was always the same. It typically takes a lot of raw materials and workers invading a job site. If the construction project is an addition or...
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